Four-star offensive tackle Chidi Valentine-Okeke from Ludowici, GA (Faith Baptist Christian Academy) has committed to LSU.

The 6-foot-6, 310-pound prospect picked LSU over Alabama and Auburn on Thursday morning.


LSU now has 19 commitments for the 2015 class.

For more info on Valentine-Okeke, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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I heard stuff about academic issues since he did most of his schooling in Nigeria and has to catch up on required credits. I am hoping for the best.
Reply84 months
Sweet. Looks like Weathersby will be coming to Fayetteville fo sho now.
Reply84 months
Nigerian Pipeline: The Fence is Down
Reply84 months
Because Weathersby told them he's all Hog
Reply84 months
10 am today: Auburn Tigers could also take commitments from a pair of four-star friends, DE Prince Tega Wanogho Jr. and OT Chidi Valentine-Okeke, who are both originally from Nigeria. The Tigers may be the favorite to land both four-star prospects.....yeah, the LSU Tigers!!
Reply84 months
5 STAR on 247 LETS GOOO BOOOOM!!!!
Reply84 months
5 star
Reply84 months
Great news, but he's not a 5 star on any site...
Reply84 months
Geaux Chidi! Welcome to Baton Rouge!
Reply84 months
Very excited about this class. I will admit I was nervous about sitting at #18 a month ago, but Orgeron and the rest of our good recruiting staff are putting in work. I expect Chidi to compete for a starting spot with our recent departures. Welcome to Tiger nation, Chidi!
Reply84 months
Holy shhh.... Booya!
Reply84 months
Wait whaaaat.
Reply84 months
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